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is asking us to support a situation where a 13 year old child can be sent to another nation without any regard for their welfare after that moment. and even if we have word from the immigration minister about this being a case by case basis, the enactment of this -- is the most damning thing for our conscience. that is why i feel entirely consistent, that is why i was so angry from before. i wrestle with my conscience on this debate but i am entirely consistent with my soul. i will sleep easy because i know from my own background and what i have done in the past that i will be consistent, no matter how painful it may be in the electorate, and how hard it could be to explain to my constituents. i rest easy on this because i am been consistent with what beats within my soul. >> the question is resolved in the affirmative. >> those are the highlights of the australian parliamentary sitting in june. we will see you next time. >> the british house of commons began summer recess until september 3. prime minister's questions returns september 5, at 7:00 eastern. the use of domestic drones' by
housing appraisal. the u.s. global aids coordinator, dr. eric goosby, says the president's platts is helping the world move towards aids-free generation. this came during a brookings institution meeting on the global fight towards the potentially deadly disease. this is just under one hour. >> thank you, everyone, for joining us. welcome to brookings. i am noam unger, a fellow with argot -- development initiative here. perkins is pleased and welcome to welcome dr. eric goosby for our discussion, key lessons from a decade of actions on global aids, and the look for. i will forgo the tree the detailed reputation of biography, goosby's but despite the emphasis of today's events some lessons from the past decade,ambassador g oosby'iss involvement makes him a pioneer. his involvement dates back to 30 years, to when he was already becoming a specialist in the then-unidentified disease that would come to define his career. in the 1990's, he helped lead domestic federal efforts to respond to the disease, including setting up the ryan white care act, that unlocked federal support in respon
and thank you all so much for joining us here tonight. my name is dave tinsa. ift the -- i have the pleasure of introducing the wonderful caroline kennedy tonight. i want to say a few quick words why i'm here and why i think many of you are here as well. despite the fact that we're here to admire caroline. in 2008, we came together to support candidate barack obama. the reason many of us came together we had a shared vision about what's best for our country. we wanted to reclaim that basic bargain if you work hard, if you play by the rules, you can make it in america. you can find a job, you can buy a house, send your kids to college and save a little beth for retirement. president obama believes in order to move our country forward, we need to invest in education, energy and reform our tax system to great good jobs, grow our economy and pay down the debt in a balanced way. [applause]. president obama reminds us of another great president who also captured our heart and mind over 50 years ago. inspiring hope that better days were ahead. just like president kennedy convinced my grandmother,
way we can take people with us as we expand our aid but -- but it -- a budget. if you want a stable and prosperous afghanistan, a state afghanistan, we need in afghanistan were the role of women is respected. >> could i give the prime minister the operative -- the opportunity to answer the question put to him a few moments ago? if he believes in the sovereignty of parliament, will he propose to that across the house? >> it was a vote last night in the house of lords. the government has a clear view. about the right way ahead. there will be a motion for the labor party, which you can vote for, and emotion for us, which we can vote for. let me put this one more time to the leader of the opposition. i will be down by a vote for powell -- a full public inquiry. what he be found if we vote for a private inquiry? if not, we will take a dim view of the party that stands in the view of a inquiry. [shouting] >> thank you. the olympics are a great opportunity to bring our nation together. therefore, does the prime minister share my dismay at the plans of some union leaders to disrupt these ev
>> could the prime minister tell us when it is going to take the advice of the task force ended its he made false allegations last week and apologize? >> if we look at what he actually said, he said that the shadow chancellor had some questions to answer. so i am not sure there is anyone in this house who does not think the shadow chancellor has some questions to answer. before we break for the summer, we should remember what a few of those are. the design of the regulatory system that failed? who was sitting and betting on mortgages? who would baez to the chancellor and the prime minister there was no more boom and bust? who helped create the biggest bust and who has never apologized? >> this is the only county without a direct rail service to our city. when the new rail franchise are reported, would the prime minister use his office to ensure the government does everything impossible to make sure they are connected? >> my honorable friend always speaks up for the county. he is right that wendy's franchisees are looked at there are opportunities to make the case for more services a
. until he assured me of that, i would not support it. but he did. this government is now asking us to support a situation where a 13-year-old child could be sent to another nation without any regard for their welfare after that moment. even if we had word from immigration ministers about this being a case by case basis, it is a precedent. this is the most damning thing for our conscience. that is why i feel -- that is why i was so angry about being gagged. i have wrestled, like many others, with their conscience on this debate. but i am entirely consistent with my soul. i will sleep easy because i know from my own background and what i have done in the past that i am going to be consistent, no matter how painful trip might be, no matter how painful it might be to explain it to my constituents, i rest easy on this because i am being entirely consistent with what is within my soul. >> the question is therefore resolved in the affirmative. >> those were the highlights of the australian parliament sitting for june. thanks for your company. see you next time. >> the british house of com
oliveri, thank you for being with us on "newsmakers." . . >> tomorrow on washington journal, maya mcginnis, president of the committee for a responsible federal budget talks about congressional efforts towards decifit reduction, mary ann blakey of the aerospace industry association talks about how key defense companies can be affected if defense department cuts occur as planned under the budget control act. and u.s. forest service chief tom tidwell reviews the federal response to large wildfires in the u.s. washington journal, live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> now a look at the 2012 presidential campaign, from today's washington journal, this is about 45 minutes. host: we want to welcome back, chris cillizza of the "washington post" and your newest book, actually your first book, the gospel according to the fix, an insider's guide to a less than holy world of politics. let's dive right into it, you qui campaigns are not won on paper, for those who argue that retail politics has little to do with what you actually do when you're president here is my response, what is diplomacy if not
, will he use his good office to ensure this government does everything possible to ensure this is connected to our capital city? >> my honorable friend always speaks up. he's right that wendy's franchises are looked at there are opportunities to make the case before investment and for more services, and i'm sure the operation and others will listen to what he said today. >> thank you, mr. speaker. my constituents is recovering from cancer but she has had -- the government consultation on changing this rule, when are we going to suggest is for the 7000 cancer patients in this situation? >> i've looked carefully at this case and i know she has not had a reonse from the minister about this issue. as she knows there are two types of eesa. one where there's permanent support, and is not means tested, and another weather is means testing after a year. what we're doing is making sure that more people with cancer are getting more help and more treatment and i think that is very important. and i think is absolute right to are the two forms of employment and support allowance of those people who can'
of state. it is important we attach conditions. it is on the way we can take people with us as we continue to expand our aid budget as a time of economic difficulty at home. if we want a stable and prosperous afghanistan and a safe afghanistan, we need an afghanistan where the role of women is properly respected. >> can i get the prime minster to answer the question a few moments ago? >> there was vote last night in the house of lords. i have a clear view. the government has a clear view about the right way ahead. there will be a motion for the labor party. i hope for a whole government inquiry. if we can't answer that question, people will take a very dim view of an opposition party that stands in the way of inquiry because they don't want to be washing down in public. >> thank you mr. speaker. the olympics are great opportunity to bring our nation together. therefore, does the prime minster display the crimes of some union leader. >> we have in unite unions. >> we are grateful for the police, and county council rescue service. we need real money to support these people and agencies. >>
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